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Hey Wayne, what you goin' to do?
I'm gonna go juke joint jumpin'

(Refrain)
Well the stars are shinin' in the east Texas air
Another fifty minutes and I'm gonna be there
It's been a long drive, but everything is a goin' alright
I'm on a Bladewater highway, goin' juke joint jumping tonight
Well the juke joints honey, where I learned how to sing
Where they honky tonk all night and Hank Williams is king
Gonna do a little dancin', keep at it 'til broad daylight
We're on a Bladewater highway, goin' juke joint jumping tonight
Count it down daddy!

[Interlude]
Well I might go dancin' or a shootin' pool
But it's a hep trap baby, and the cats are real cool
Well it's the real thing, it sure is a welcome sight
It's where I cut my teeth and I'm goin' joint jumpin' tonight
Well next time you go travel brother here's a good play
You get your automobile and go to Texarkan'
You gonna do little drivin', keep at 'til broad daylight
You're on a Bladewater highway, goin' juke joint jumping tonight

(Texaco)
[2nd Interlude]
(Repeat refrain)

Yodal lay ee, yodal oh, yodal eh



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